Convenient Urgent Care Services Available at Our Walk-In Clinic in White Lake, MI
Across the country, urgent care clinics have become a vital part of the health care landscape, filling a gap between the medical services available at a traditional doctor’s office and those offered at an emergency room. And Springfield Urgent Care is proud to provide this benefit to those in the White Lake, Michigan, area by offering a convenient and affordable source of nonemergency health care services at our local walk-in clinic.
Located at 320 Town Center Blvd., Suite C-101, White Lake, MI 48386, our walk-in urgent care clinic
is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day of the week, including weekends.
Our highly trained and certified medical practitioners have advanced resources, including an on-site medical testing lab and digital X-ray equipment, at their fingertips to help them accurately diagnose many common health conditions. These include colds and flu, sore throats, ear and eye infections, urinary tract infections (UTIs), and minor sports injuries.
We also offer a wide variety of routine health care services on a walk-in basis at our urgent care clinic. Here are only a few of them:
- Physical exams for employment, DOT certification, sports participation, and school programs
- Occupational medicine, including lab tests and workers’ compensation management
- Flu and tetanus shots
- COVID-19 testing
Who Can Be Treated at Springfield Urgent Care?
We treat patients of all ages, from infants
to older adults, for a wide variety of non-life-threatening illnesses and injuries
. We accept walk-in patients who are visiting the White Lake area as well as full-time residents of the surrounding communities, including:
Our wait times are short, and you can also use our convenient online check-in service to save your spot in line before you arrive.
For more information about the many services available at our walk-in clinic in White Lake, contact Springfield Urgent Care today. For your convenience, we accept many health insurance plans and forms of payment. Learn about our COVID-19 monoclonal antibody treatment